SkyRocket Software 🚀
I'm a software developer, blogger, coffee nerd, and musician. I tend to build software that interests me and then hope that people like it.
Contact and Technical Support
It's just me here, but I'll do my best to help you with any issues you might have using my software. Shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch. I promise to read all support emails, but I might have trouble responding to them at times. Thanks for understanding.
Apps and Software
Pine.blog is a new kind of social network built on blogging and the open web. Pine.blog combines a Feed Reader, a blogging platform, and a search directory giving you almost all of the benefits of traditional a social network, but you control it all. Follow anything from your friends, to the most breaking news. Post to your blog, upload and share photos, and chat with other bloggers even if they're not using Pine.blog.
Pine.blog also has a free search engine for blogs, microblogs, and photoblogs. Users can submit their favorite sites if Pine.blog hasn't already found them. It's sort of like the iTunes Podcast Directory, but for blogs!
Nine9s provides simple and inexpensive no-fuss uptime monitoring for developers
Nine9s is for hobbyists and small businesses that need an inexpensive but robust uptime monitoring. Nine9s has a full REST API, text message and email based alerts, public status pages, and even Webhook support if you're feeling fancy. If you're looking for a service to monitor your sites and services, alerts you of outages, and doesn't cost an arm and a leg, check out Nine9s.
d20.photos is a repository of free-to-use, community-submitted, human-curated images, story ideas, and more that are ready for your next book or D&D campaign. Images are submitted by the community and it even has alternate, computer-generated versions with a more abstract, fantasy feel.
Finding images for your D&D campaigns is really difficult, especially if you're looking to sell your campaign. Most artwork isn't licensed in a way that makes it easy for low-budget creators to use and often there's no way to easily find images for settings or places in your game. d20.photos aims to change that. All user-submitted images on the site are released into the Public Domain, so you can be sure that you're ok to use, re-use, and modify them to fit your needs.
PrivacyLabel was a site that provides Privacy and Environmental Disclosures for sites and services on the Web.
Food and beverages have long had disclosures on them letting consumers know how healthy (or unhealthy) they are. PrivacyLabel was doing the same for software: providing customers insights into how a service respects their privacy and that service's environmental impact.